'''Kevin David Keck''' (born June 20, 1973) is an American writer. His writing appears to be largely autobiographical, though in recent publications he has asserted that the character called "Kevin Keck" is in fact merely a fictional persona.
[Keck, Kevin. ''Hard Evidence: The Complete Bawdy Writings''. Mitki/Mitki Press, 2014, p. vii - x.]
He is best known for his collection of personal essays ''Oedipus Wrecked'' (Cleis Press
, 2005), which chronicles his sexual coming-of-age in a humorous style that is often compared to David Sedaris
and Augusten Burroughs
. His writing first gained popularity when Nerve.com published a series of essays that were later collected in ''Oedipus Wrecked.''
Much of Keck's writing oscillates between absurdist comedy that centers around altered states of consciousness and sexuality and serious reflections on religious themes.
His most recent books suggest an association with Discordianism
as the cover art...